How To Make Healthy Sharwama

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We thank God for the holiday season and another opportunity to celebrate the birth of our saviour Jesus.

So as we all know, Christmas comes with a lot of celebrations, festivities and non-stop eating and drinking.

Hence, many people tend to over-indulge during this season and it’s often a herculean task to get back on track.

The Bible in 1 Corinthians 10:31 says whatever we do, we should do it all for the glory of God, including eating and drinking. (Paraphrase mine).

This is why it’s important to eat healthy to glorify God because our bodies are God’s temple.

Today, I’d be sharing with you a special Sharwama recipe. Sharwama happens to be a favourite for many. Almost everywhere you go, you see a Sharwama spot. But then, the difference is that mine is super healthy.

Wink.

So without wasting time, Here is how to prepare this healthy Sharwama from the comfort of your home.

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Ingredients (For 2 Servings)

Sharwama Bread (2 Wraps)

Chicken or any protein of choice (2 cups)

Cabbage (1 cup shredded)

Carrot (Half cup diced)

Cucumber (Half Cup diced)

Chilli Pepper ( 1 teaspoon)

Olive Oil (3 tablespoon)

Unsweetened Youghurt (Half Cup)

Lemon (1 tablespoon)

Directions

Season Chicken with ginger, garlic, thyme, curry, salt, pepper, seasoning powder, onions and cook till tender.

Refrigerate overnight so the chicken can marinate well making it extra tender and flavourful.

Pour the olive oil in a pan and stir fry the chicken, till it’s a bit brown.

Add some chicken broth and the vegetables (cabbage, cucumber, carrot) and let simmer for 4 mins.

In a separate pan, on low heat, place the Sharwama wrap and pour in the chicken and veggies.

The inside look

Mix the lemon and youghurt and drizzle over.

Wrap up the Sharwama and voila! it’s ready to eat.

The first Bite is the sweetest.

Whilst we enjoy ourselves, let’s not forget the Reason for the season – Jesus!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year in advance.

By Ibironke Omosele